Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
Best Detective. (Not to be confused with Best Detective Magazine.) This pulp showed great promise, but sadly only lasted a single issue. The publisher was listed as Exclusive Detective Stories, Inc., however it was actually part of Martin Goodman's Magazine Management empire. Other imprints of Magazine Management were Stadium Publications, Western Fiction Publishers and Manvis Publications. They specialized in Detective, Western and Sports magazines. This one-shot issue of Best Detective featured some top-notch pulp writers including Robert C. Dennis, Norman A. Daniels and Robert Turner. It featured fast action that kept readers turning those pages... all 132 of them! Best Detective returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
2 Great Book-Length Novels
The Lovers’ Lane Murders
by Robert C. Dennis
Down the deep, dark corridors of Ferrier’s consciousness a thought was booming like a huge bell — and he had the killer cold, helpless, at his mercy... if he could only seize the answer why —
Happy Deathday To You
by Robert Turner
To Mr. Betts, murder was just a workday business matter — killing a man was the same as scratching a horse from a race
3 Exciting Novelets
Case Of The Captivating Redhead
by Douglas Maclaren
Automobiles have some strange gadgets these days. For instance, a number for hit-and-run drivers, which knocks young girls off the road and then leaves rope marks on their throats...
A Ticket, A Casket
by R.S. Kaller
If you don’t know, the answer to a problem in crime, look it up in the encyclopedia...
The Dead Don’t Vote
by Mark Mallory
Johnny Normand was a lousy newspaperman. What smart reporter would pass up a vacation in Florida to chase a crying blonde down a murder gauntlet?
3 Thrilling Short Stories
Meet John Death
by H.A. De Rosso
John Marsh was a straight guy — it was Francie who turned him into a killer. Would it be the same story again with six years between them — plus a husband and a lover?
The Blue Clue
by Norman A. Daniels
There was magic in Benny the Dip’s fingers. There must have been, for even in death he hung a noose around a killer’s neck!
“Moider Da Bum”
by Frank Morris
If you threaten to bash somebody’s head in, don’t do it in public just before they find him beaten to death.